Greenstay Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This resort is another one with a beautiful pool (and another one available to us through Resort Parks International).
We went into Hermann, toured the Stone Hill Winery, the Hermann Wurst Shoppe, stopped in a Brewery (for Greg, of course), and then had a bite of BBQ. A good day, despite the oppressive heat (which seems to be the theme of this summer's travels!)
... cars parked there as all of the companies are based at the same site. Thankfully though, the bus dropped us right outside Hertz and we joined the queue for our car.
We'd booked a small SUV-type car, so ended up with a Nissan Rogue (Qashqai in UK). While it would undoubtedly be nostalgic and romantic to do the journey in a Cadillac or on a Harley, both are rather impractical and, with the benefit of hindsight as I'm writing this a few days ...
... This was a nice small place and it being after 9:30 we were the only customers. I ordered an egg Philly-steak breakfast sandwich and Joe an egg wrap. We also ordered coffees-which we both were craving. Both the food and the coffee were great! We headed off to the iconic Gateway Arch - built in the 1960's. This structure is 630 ft high and 630 ft wide. Each side was built independently and they met up perfectly at the top when they put the keystone in. Each ...
Life on a horse farm is hard work. It's dirty, itchy and plagued with cattle ticks. One of which nearly ended up crawling into Barney's eye and another attached itself quite high on his inner thigh. But it also contains horses, dogs, cats and cows, all of which I want to befriend. Our time on the farm was filled with feeding animals, tidying barns and paddocks, fixing ...
Odometer reading 598.7 miles We arrived fairly late last night so no real chance to have a look around, but got up this AM, went for a small hike and ran into a park ranger. She told me the forest here is primarily oak which would usually be green by now, but the very harsh winter they had mean no leaves for the oaks yet. I asked ...